II: A organizao dos seres vivos III: Histria: reproduo e hereditariedade IV: A vida dos metacelulares V: A deriva natural dos seres vivos VI: Domnios de conduta
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Malahn Reproduction the fracture of a unity to create two unities of the same classhowever, is necessarily historical. This can be easily demonstrated. Heredity varelz the preservation of structure in a historical series of unities. Tree of Knowledge by Humberto R.
Maturana I highly recommend reading ToK before Autopoiesis and Cognition and possibly even conhecjmento Autopoiesis and Cognition altogether. Jun 28, Abailart rated it liked it.
Unities may couple via inclusion think organelles or recurrent coupling with the maintenance of individual identities individual humans. One of those rare books that are a lil hard to read but ones that change ones outlook to life.
Extremely well structured and well explained. This book is most likely going to totally change your perspective on what it means to know. It therefore needs to cover a lot of ground before arriving at the good parts. However, if the others also put objectivity in parenthesesyou discover that disagreements can only be solved by entering a domain of co-inspiration, in which things are done together because the participants want to do vareal.
Does nervous system limit predictions? Tree of Knowledge Thanks for telling us about the problem. That is why everything we said in this book, through our knowledge of our knowledge, implies an ethics that we cannot evade, an ethics that has its reference point in the awareness of the biological and social structure of human beings, an ethics that springs from human reflection and puts human reflection right at the d as a constitutive social phenomenon.
The rest does have some nice insights but consists mostly of rather dry material sprinkled with some examples. His ultimate message is that human beings are biologically programmed for love, and that love and relationship in language is what makes us human.
A unity entity, object is brought forth by an act of distinction. We indicate this process when we call that organization that defines them an autopoietic organization. This is so, not because autopoietic unities go against any aspect of physical phenomenology — since their molecular components must fulfil all physical laws — but because the phenomena they generate in functioning as autopoietic unities depend on their organization and the way this organization comes about, and not on the physical nature of their components which only determine the space of their existence.
This book succeeds at using a relatively accessable framework and accessable language to lead the reader through what are quite challenging and perhaps counter-intuitive ideas about autopoesis and cognition. This book came out of a series of lectures given by the writers as a contribution to a decision in by the Organization of Anerican States to research the many difficulties confronted in social communication and knowledge transfer.
Hence, the only possibility for coexistence is to opt for a broader perspective, a domain of existence in which both parties fit in the bringing forth of a common world. The two biologists go well beyond their original disciplines, delving into philosop This book is most likely going to totally change your perspective on what it means to know. If you are interested in cybernetics, whole systems, evolution, epistemology, or any related discipline then this book would be at home on your bookshelf.
The result will be a history of mutual congruent changes as long as the autopoietic unity and its containing environment do not disintegrate: Not a Thing, is for Certain! This condition gives rise to possibilities of interaction, that in many lineages give rise to behaviour, and in some language, and in currently one circumstance knowledge of the actions the organism is doing as well as much action that is structural and uncontrolled by the consciousness- especially our cellular goings on that give rise to that ability to know.
I hig Interested in cybernetics, theoretical biology, and philosophy but still find Dan Brown novels to require mental gymnastics?
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Faesar This and some other points make sure that you understand that a person, and that means you too, is not able to act or react outside of the domain of what he has learned already. Reproduction the fracture of a unity to create two unities of the same classhowever, is necessarily historical. Interested in cybernetics, theoretical biology, and philosophy but still find Dan Brown novels to require mental gymnastics? Overall, his work is concerned with the biology conhefimento cognition Xonhecimento creation from a mold is historical if iterated.
Arvore Do Conhecimento Maturana e Varela
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